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Antique Wireless Association AM and SSB Valve QSO Party

The Antique Wireless Association AM and SSB Valve QSO Party will be held over two sessions on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 October 2014 between 15:00 to 19:00 CAT on each day.

The AM section will be held on Saturday and the SSB section on Sunday with phone activity on 40 and 80 metres.

The frequencies to use on 40 metres are 7 063 to 7 100 kHz and on 80 metres, 3 603 to 3 650 kHz. The exchange is your call sign, a RS report, a consecutive serial number starting at 001 and the type of radio used, e.g. HT37 TX.

If you are using an all valve radio, you earn 3 points per contact; using a Hybrid (valve & solid state) radio is 2 points per contact and using a Solid State radio is 1 point per contact.

The multiplier for an all valve radio is 3 points per contact; for a Hybrid (valve & solid state), it is 2 points per contact and for a Solid State radio it is 1 point per contact.

Certificates will be awarded to the first three places in each category – AM and SSB.

Submit your log by 31 October to the

Southern African Antique Wireless Association,

PO Box 12320, Benoryn, 1504.

Or by e-mail to  andyzs6ady[at]vodamail.co.za

The South African Radio League

via Antique Wireless Association AM and SSB Valve QSO Party | Southgate Amateur Radio News.

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This sounds like an exciting event sponsored by the Southern African Antique Wireless Association and the South African Radio League.  The SSB and “Valve” (tube) QSO Party is set for Saturday, 11 October 2014 and Sunday, 12 October 2014, between 1500 and 1900 hours Central African Time (CAT).  Depending on propagation and time of day, you can work South African stations on phone between 7.063 MHz to 7.100 MHz on 40 meters and between 3.603 MHz to 3.650 MHz on 80 meters.

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Until next time,

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

 

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